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Batman Arkham Knight: The Official Novelization review

by 5 days ago

While the PC version of Batman: Arkham Knight could lovingly be called a trainwreck, there is one thing that is true across all platforms - the game has a pretty …

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Explore the history of the first roguelikes with Dungeon H@cks – Book Review

by 3 weeks ago

Nowadays, it's hard to be a gamer and not come across the word 'roguelike' regularly. The term now occupies that uncomfortable spot between a concise summary of a game feature …

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We are giving away Halo Poster Collections and Journals!

by 5 months ago

Hey Gaming Trend readers!  We've once again teamed up with Insight Editions, this time to bring you a giveaway that'll light up any Halo fan's eyes.   We are giving …

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The Art of Evolve reveals a monstrous masterpiece

by 6 months ago

Evolve is, arguably, the spiritual successor to the mega-hit Left 4 Dead series.  Developer Turtle Rock Studios created an entire world called Shear, as well as a massive backstory full …

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Halo: The Poster Collection Review

by 6 months ago

When non-gamers want to point to a symbol of videogames, it’s typically either World of Warcraft, or more commonly, Halo that comes to mind.  Bungie’s title helped to shape modern …

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The Art of Total War review

by 6 months ago

Total War Attila was just released (February 17th, 2015), but it is hardly Creative Assembly’s first march into battle.  The team has been honing their battlecraft since the first title’s …

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The 100 Greatest Console Video Games book review

by 7 months ago

When you write a book and declare the top 100 console games of all time, it’s a bit of a sticky subject.  Top lists of any kind are always subjective, …

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Assassin’s Creed Unity – Abstergo Employee Guide review

by 9 months ago

Being committed to a fiction requires more than a slick veneer to pull your audience in.  It requires a great deal of backstory, detail, and in the case of Assassin’s …

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The Art of Assassin’s Creed Unity – l’âme de Paris

by 9 months ago

This is how it’s done. There are art books that I’ve checked out in the past that give you the journey from inception to release, but others that seem to …

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A Look Inside: Brady Games’ Advanced Warfare Guide

by 9 months ago

Games are awesome, but sometimes a little difficult. It can be hard to find the one requirement to top off your achievements, or to really tell the difference between different …

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Game of Thrones : The Poster Collection – Wear it like armor

by 12 months ago

I bet if I stopped somebody on the street and asked them to hum the theme to Game of Thrones they’d likely look at me like I’d lost my mind.  …

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Blackbeard the Lost Journal – a semi-fictional trip into the world of Edward Teach

by 12 months ago

We are rapidly approaching the launch of the next chapter in the Assassin’s Creed series; furling our sails to make landfall in Revolutionary France. But Ubisoft isn’t quite done with …

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